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good seeing you again. >> thanks, neil. >>> coming up, -- >> if senator mccain and senator graham and others want to go after somebody, they should go after me. >> all right. you're on, mr. president. the good senators here to say that himself. >>> there saw lot of clean up to do. people need help and heat and power. they still need food. they need shelter and the kids are still trying to figure out where they are going to school. there is a lot of short-term immediate stuff that has to be dealt with, and we are going to make sure that we stay here as long as people need that help. that's fema's primary task. >> well it is a good thing because those people need help and for quite awhile. president obama visiting storm-ravaged staten island. lots of folks are still without any place to live today. they are without power and without hope and without a lot of stuff. so with things looking hopeless out there, we decided to bring melissa francis here to offer some advice on how you get through pretty bad stuff like this. why melissa francis you ask? what is this harvard inning indicate
, and there will be any serious enforcement in the graham schumer proposal is deluding themselves. >>neil: they are looking at the latino vote if the last election and they must be reading that as republicans --. >>guest: but the point is people talk about the shifting demographics, a national phenomenon like hurricane sandy. but it is not. it is a conscience policy on the part of the democratic party to basically import votes. the business wing of the republican party things it is importing cheap labor. the democratic party thinks it is importing cheap voters. the republicans are wrong. and the democrats are right. by the way, if the republicans outreach were to succeed the democrats would simply move on to someone else and say, well, we need more somalis in maine or minneapolis and the republicans are not reaching out for the vote. >>neil: what is the middle ground they should be taking if their view, and i think it is fairly, viewed as being antiminority, what should the posture be? not amnesty, but what? >>guest: my view is you have an immigration policy that is in the interests of th
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